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Warrior Care Network

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A NATIONWIDE BATTLE AGAINST THE INVISIBLE WOUNDS OF WAR

Since 9/11, 2.4 million brave men and women have deployed around the world to fight for our country. The percentage of those returning with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) is staggering. As these numbers continue to grow, it becomes more and more difficult for warriors to access timely and effective mental health treatment for PTSD, TBI and other invisible wounds.

PTSD and TBI Treatment Centers for Veterans

Warrior Care Network® is more than a PTSD program, it is a first-of-its-kind partnership between Wounded Warrior Project® and four national academic medical centers of excellence including Emory Healthcare, Massachusetts General Hospital, Rush University Medical Center, and UCLA Health. In cooperation with the Department of Veterans Affairs, this program will connect thousands of warriors with world-class care.

Warrior Care Network is a $100 million commitment to battle the invisible wounds of war by filling gaps in government care and reaching those who might otherwise go untreated. Wounded warriors will be connected with partner hospitals for evaluation and treatment options, enabling life changing PTSD help.

All treatment is provided at no cost to the warrior, and travel is provided at no cost to warriors and family members.

1 in 3 military men and women need PTSD help 1 in 5 veterans need TBI treatment

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Dedicated to providing veterans PTSD help, Warrior Care Network is a collaboration aimed at creating a nationwide, comprehensive care network that will enhance access and provide clinical and family-centered treatment to veterans needing treatment for PTSD, TBI and other related conditions.

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